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1-Nov-2008Association between fertility and molecular sub-type of global isolates of Cryptococcus gattii molecular type VGIIPopchai Ngamskulrungroj; Tania Sorrell; Ariya Chindamporn; Angkana Chaiprasert; Natthiwan Poonwan; Wieland Meyer; Westmead Hospital; The University of Sydney; Mahidol University; Chulalongkorn University; National Institutes of Health, Bethesda
1-Jan-2017The case for adopting the "species complex" nomenclature for the etiologic agents of cryptococcosisKyung J. Kwon-Chung; John E. Bennett; Brian L. Wickes; Wieland Meyer; Christina A. Cuomo; Kurt R. Wollenburg; Tihana A. Bicanic; Elizabeth Castañeda; Yun C. Chang; Jianghan Chen; Massimo Cogliati; Françoise Dromer; David Ellis; Scott G. Filler; Matthew C. Fisher; Thomas S. Harrison; Steven M. Holland; Shigeru Kohno; James W. Kronstad; Marcia Lazera; Stuart M. Levitz; Michail S. Lionakis; Robin C. May; Popchai Ngamskulrongroj; Peter G. Pappas; John R. Perfect; Volker Rickerts; Tania C. Sorrell; Thomas J. Walsh; Peter R. Williamson; Jianping Xu; Adrian M. Zelazny; Arturo Casadevall; National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases; University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio; The University of Sydney; Westmead Institute for Medical Research; Broad Institute; St George's University of London; Instituto Nacional de Salud; Changzheng Hospital; Università degli Studi di Milano; Institut Pasteur, Paris; The University of Adelaide; Harbor-UCLA Medical Center; Imperial College London; Nagasaki University; Michael Smith Laboratories; Fundacao Oswaldo Cruz; University of Massachusetts Medical School; University of Birmingham; Mahidol University; University of Alabama at Birmingham; Duke University School of Medicine; Robert Koch Institut; Weill Cornell Medicine; McMaster University; Hainan Medical University; National Institutes of Health, Bethesda; The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
15-Jul-2014Cryptococcus gattii in North American Pacific Northwest: Whole-population genome analysis provides insights into species evolution and dispersalDavid M. Engelthaler; Nathan D. Hicks; John D. Gillece; Chandler C. Roe; James M. Schupp; Elizabeth M. Driebe; Felix Gilgado; Fabian Carriconde; Luciana Trilles; Carolina Firacative; Popchai Ngamskulrungroj; Elizabeth Castañeda; Marcia Dos Santos Lazera; Marcia S.C. Melhem; Åsa Pérez-Bercoff; Gavin Huttley; Tania C. Sorrell; Kerstin Voelz; Robin C. May; Matthew C. Fisher; George R. Thompson; Shawn R. Lockhart; Paul Keim; Wieland Meyer; Translational Genomics Research Institute; The University of Sydney; Institut Agronomique Néo-Calédonien (IAC); Fundacao Oswaldo Cruz; Instituto Nacional de Salud; Mahidol University; Instituto Adolfo Lutz; Australian National University; University of Birmingham; Queen Elizabeth Hospital, University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust; Imperial College London; University of California, Davis; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Northern Arizona University
1-Feb-2011Cryptococcus gattii virulence composite: Candidate genes revealed by microarray analysis of high and less virulent Vancouver Island outbreak strainsPopchai Ngamskulrungroj; Jennifer Price; Tania Sorrell; John R. Perfect; Wieland Meyer; The University of Sydney; Duke University School of Medicine; Mahidol University
10-Jun-2009Genetic diversity of the Cryptococcus species complex suggests that Cryptococcus gattii deserves to have varietiesPopchai Ngamskulrungroj; Felix Gilgado; Josiane Faganello; Anastasia P. Litvintseva; Ana Luisa Leal; Kin Ming Tsui; Thomas G. Mitchell; Marilene Henning Vainstein; Wieland Meyer; Westmead Millennium Institute; The University of Sydney; Mahidol University; Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul; Duke University School of Medicine
1-Jan-2013Molecular Epidemiology Reveals Genetic Diversity amongst Isolates of the Cryptococcus neoformans/C. gattii Species Complex in ThailandSirada Kaocharoen; Popchai Ngamskulrungroj; Carolina Firacative; Luciana Trilles; Dumrongdej Piyabongkarn; Wijit Banlunara; Natteewan Poonwan; Angkana Chaiprasert; Wieland Meyer; Ariya Chindamporn; Chulalongkorn University; University of Sydney Faculty of Medicine; Mahidol University; Instituto Nacional de Salud; Fundacao Oswaldo Cruz; National Institutes of Health, Bethesda
20-Jul-1999Molecular typing of global isolates of Cryptococcus neoformans var. neoformans by polymerase chain reaction fingerprinting and randomly amplified polymorphic DNA - A pilot study to standardize techniques on which to base a detailed epidemiological surveyWieland Meyer; Krystyna Marszewska; Mitra Amirmostofian; Ricardo Pereira Igreja; Claudia Hardtke; Katharina Methling; Maria Anna Vivianl; Ariya Chindamporn; Samaniya Sukroongreung; Melanie Ann John; David H. Ellis; Tania C. Sorrell; The University of Sydney; Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Universitat Potsdam; Universita degli Studi di Milano; Chulalongkorn University; Mahidol University; University of Natal, Faculty of Medicine; University of Adelaide
1-Nov-2010Pathogenesis of pulmonary Cryptococcus gattii infection: A rat modelMark B. Krockenberger; Richard Malik; Popchai Ngamskulrungroj; Luciana Trilles; Patricia Escandon; Susan Dowd; Chris Allen; Uwe Himmelreich; Paul J. Canfield; Tania C. Sorrell; Wieland Meyer; The University of Sydney; Mahidol University; Fundacao Oswaldo Cruz; Instituto Nacional de Salud; Max Planck Institute for Metabolism Research; Royal Children's Hospital Brisbane
1-May-2011SEC14 is a specific requirement for secretion of phospholipase B1 and pathogenicity of Cryptococcus neoformansMethee Chayakulkeeree; Simon Andrew Johnston; Johanes Bijosono Oei; Sophie Lev; Peter Richard Williamson; Christabel Frewen Wilson; Xiaoming Zuo; Ana Lusia Leal; Marilene Henning Vainstein; Wieland Meyer; Tania Christine Sorrell; Robin Charles May; Julianne Teresa Djordjevic; University of Sydney Faculty of Medicine; Mahidol University; University of Birmingham; National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases; Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
1-Oct-2009The trehalose synthesis pathway is an integral part of the virulence composite for Cryptococcus gattiiPopchai Ngamskulrungroj; Uwe Himmelreich; Julia A. Breger; Christabel Wilson; Methee Chayakulkeeree; Mark B. Krockenberger; Richard Malik; Heide Marie Daniel; Dena Toffaletti; Julianne T. Djordjevic; Eleftherios Mylonakis; Wieland Meyer; John R. Perfect; Duke University School of Medicine; The University of Sydney; Mahidol University; KU Leuven; Massachusetts General Hospital; Westmead Hospital; Universite Catholique de Louvain